A video discussion tool. Post questions for your students as short videos, students answer, and students can record responses to each other too. Approve videos before they are posted online.
Use your webcam and/or screen capturing features to meet and collaborate online with anyone around the world. Invite experts into your room for virtual guest speakers. Skype has a great educational site where teachers and presenters from around the world connect for great classroom activities, virtual field trips, and collaborative projects.
Education site: https://education.microsoft.com/getstarted
Use your webcam and/or screen capturing features to meet and collaborate online with anyone around the world. Hangouts and Skype require both parties to have an account. Google Meet lets you send a meeting code so that anyone can join you without the need to have a Google account. Both programs are web-based, so they’ll work on Windows or Chrome, and there’s no installation required. Invite guest speakers from around the world to speak to your class online. Collaborate with students from distant classrooms. Initiate cultural exchanges, get authentic feedback on student work, work on projects outside of school.
The new Google Sites lets users create clean-looking web sites quickly. No coding experience is required because Sites uses drag and drop tools. Have students create web sites for portfolios, projects, or assessments. Use for your own class web page or your group/organization here at school. Like all other Google programs, Sites can be used collaboratively.
Go to Drive, New, More, Sites. Choose the new sites. Students must publish to pmhschool.com only.